Your Save the Date is the first glimpse of your wedding style your guests will see and will set the tone for your big day, so it’s worth spending time picking the right save the dates for you. There’s no real rule around when to send your save the dates. In fact, we’d recommend sending your save the dates as soon as you've booked your venue and finalised your guest list, even if that's 18 months before the big day! We have lots of styles to choose from, so you’re guaranteed to find save the dates that fit your wedding style perfectly.
The retro instant photo got the wedding treatment with this elegant, doily-embellised save the date with a wood-grain effect that both nature-lovers and homebodies will love. Showcase your best engagement shot and all your important wedding details on the back. Note that the portrait format doesn't ..
Ideally, you send the save-the-date cards about a year before the wedding. Even if you are getting married abroad, this deadline is important so that all invited guests are aware of the event and can plan in time.
The Save the Date card is purely an announcement of your wedding date - and your engagement, of course. Details about the location, procedure, etc. will follow with the wedding invitation, so you still have enough time to do all the planning. Don't forget to include your contact details and wedding website address (if available). Oh yes, a nice saying about love can also look really good here.
For the Save the Date cards we recommend two-sided postcards in A6 or square format, as these do not need to include a lot of information. You can find matching envelopes for these formats in our shop.
Depending on the graphics card or system settings you use, the colour that is displayed through our online-editor on your monitor may differ from the colour that is printed. Although we use the latest proofing and printing technology (digital offset printing - INDIGO) to achieve very good colour accuracy (deviations less than 5%), there can always be some colour deviations in digital printing due to the production technology. Samples should therefore not serve as a colour reference for follow-up orders.
Our editor includes a wide range of possibilities, but also has its limitations. Please avoid pasting texts directly from Word or other text programs into the editor. Since formatting and hidden special characters such as special characters or symbols are often copied here, problems can arise in the prepress stage. Ideally, use the installed fonts for this purpose and, if necessary, remove formatting by using Notepad.